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    October 30, 2012
    6:00 - 6:59am PDT  

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. an advisory for bay area drivers, this morning's dense fog could create a dense ride to work. good morning, thank you for
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joining us, i am pam cook. let's check your weather and traffic, steve is here and you can smile about our weather, right? >> i would rather be on the coast, though. >> and now that the sunrise is here, it is bad, really, really bad, catastrophic for some and livermore is the only one that is clear and there is a dense fog advisory out until 9:00 and it includes everybody on the coast and bay. highs today 60s and 70s, here is sal. traffic on highway 4, that has moved along, south of mt. diablo watch for a motorcycle accident, let's go back to the desk. and they are looking for
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that deadly situation caused by huricane sandy and as many as 3,000 are being evacuated from bergen new jersey. now they are saying a bermuda overflowed and people have climbed on to their rooftops trying to get away from floodwaters. look as it on as you -- houses away from the jersey shore. they have caed them to be put on alert and this is not causing a public safety risk right now. then there is new york city especially hit hard by the big storm. hurricane force winds caused a facade in the chills i neighborhood and high winds left that, a crane is dangling in midtown manhattan and we
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are not sure when the subway service will return. a woman was forced to abandon ship in rough waters off the coast of carolina. 14 other crew members were rescued yesterday from the h ms bounty but a woman was pulled from the water and later died at the hospital. it has been featured in several films. they have shut them down for a second day and coming up how the capital is coping. volunteers are lending a hand to relieve efforts. red cross sent us these pictures from the delaware coast and now she flew out three days ago and at times she has been visiting shelters and preparing supplies for the days
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ahead. >> the roads are opened and we can go into communities where we will be delivering meals and snacks and continuing to operate the shelters in those communities. >> she tells us she also helped with relief efforts and it is time now to respond to sandy. the state denied their plan to split millions of dollars. sal legs -- alex savage is here to tell you why the legal fight is not over yet. schools here in the south bay, at issue millions of dollars in redevelopment funds and both sides have worked out an agreement but the state has worked out a deal.
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they are certainly disappointed but it is still set to open on the other side. but the unify the district is open. they are ready to earn $45 million and they were earmarked as stadium officials are putting some of that money towards schools. they were open to the idea and an agreement was reached in august to split up the funds. they scrapped the redevelopment agencies and local schools and governments are planning next month for the state to overturn that decision and we will not get a final decision as this will all be worked out until
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sometime next year. live in santa clara ktvu channel 2 morning news. we had a warm opening from the fans' latest title... >> about 500 fans gathered at at&t park yesterday after the caravan of buses arrived. pablo sandoval arrived with the photography and handed it off to sergio romo. bruce bochy talked about this year's run. >> i can't say i had more fun than what i had with these unselfish guys who never bothered anyone they are new
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rested up. >> tomorrow it will not be marched by more vandalism. they spent the day cleaning up graffiti to follow the big win and people started bond fires and created other forms of damage. there were arrests and more than half were felonies. >> i would not anticipate this event and it is a family event, it is on a school day and we want families, anybody to come. this my any bus recently had a 3,000 dollar makeover and this appeared in a san francisco chronicle. you can see them using a street barricade to batter the front
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muni bus. they were dented by people who climbed on top of the buses. >> oh, boy, you just night see that part of it. 6:08 is the time, sal it is foggy. >> it is foggy in some areas and clear in others, so in is what will be tricky and you may run into poor visibility. we have a big problem and this is south of mt. diablo so watch out. interstate 580 looks good through dublin but there is a little bit of slowing but for the most part it is moving along well in hayward city.
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this tuesday it is already a little busy on your way to pacifica. and you can see there is a backup and it looks like the metering lights have gone on and we will turn on the lights early to see if anybody is up on that span for you. a little bit of fog for you up here in san jose. the fog is going to be an issue for some drivers, right, steve? >> yes, and it will be there in most locations. very few say clear and for others it will be an issue. 60s and 70s, we have a good looking system which will bring
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rain on thursday. i would say it will be here tomorrow and it certainly has no place to go but look at the size of the system on the east coast. i mean from the north all the way to the great lakes, it is wobbling towards the west and it is so massive. a little bit warmer than that what it was and it will bring us rain late wednesday more likely into thursday and you can see our cloud rain forecast and it is holding off on that rain but it simply runs into a wall and it will crawl into the northern part of the state late wednesday into thursday and temperatures are still nice. upper 50s to near 60 degrees and it will be gone usually it
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is done bilevel in the morning. thursday will be a different case but wednesday will be okay. we have sunshine and warmer weather coming in by the weekend weekend. why getting screened for breast cancer could come with some real risks. and drugs confiscated at fso, one man is accused of taking and going to extreme members our to get them out of the country.
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. he tried to board a flight to japan last week. he was arrested and taken to the hospital, authorities say the man does not live in the bay area but that he is a u.s. resident. the state appeals court ruled judges can ban the use of medical marijuana as a use of probation for anybody selling marijuana. they have upheld it by the supreme your court -- superior court of new jersey judge and that judge blocked an antioch man during three years of
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probation for selling marijuana. here in california, we have been paying less for gasoline this week. 26 cents a gallon less. the state area price, $4.14 and san francisco $4.48. stockton modesto, prices have fallen below $4 per gallon. and now the storm has caused them to stop production. and the damage was caused by huricane sandy and a half a million people have lost electricity and the government is shut down and danger widespread. scott mcfarland has more on where the rain is still falling, scott? it is more like an arctic wind and it got colder, temperatures are in the lower 40s but there is a windchill
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and we are seeing some with roads being mostly empty. it is just a wall of cars and the real story of what happened to power lines and power supplies. major trees are uprooted, they make the roads more impassable at times and the government is closed again today. the system is closed and the political campaigns are stalled too. >> we are certain this is going to be a slow moving process through a wide swath of the country and millions of people will be affected. >> there are millions who will be affected with something for several. >> they are looking at a foot
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or two in western virginia and the cold temperatures are mixed with precipitation causing down right blizzard. the u.s. government closed depending on the scope and size of the damage with this storm and it could be closed for quite a while longer. scott mcfarland, ktvu channel 2 morning news. they will be able to release the october job's report despite that shut down. it is an indicater of how the economy is doing. it was a business of a surprise since he took office and it will be the last one released before tuesday's election. and they are starting today before the elementary school principal, a case of not reporting child sexual abuse by
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teacher. and the principal broke the law by not reporting the teacher to police after the child came forward. three months later, another child reported being molested by the teacher. that child's mother called police. he goes on trial and faces misdemeanor charges. he face is up to 25 years in prison after calling lay lay. they announced a guilty issue and they believe the child of giselle esteban was having an affair with michelle le. her remains were found several days later. breast cancer screenings
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have been proven to save lives and they also come at a cost. for every life saved, 300 women are over diagnosed. experts say that means they are unnecessarily treated for cancer saving our lives but 4,000 women are over diagnosed. you may want to allow yourself some extra time. it is foggy out there and brian joins us from san mateo to tell us how things are looking out there, brian? ee. >> as we look at some video, we are looking at the oakland he
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is to you a ware -- estuary, it is still foggy thought as well. looking at 80 over there as well, still very thick fog and finally we are looking at 101 as well. again, the fog was very thick in certain parts of the area and anybody will tell you, in law enforcement, as always the case with fog, it is a slow down and don't use your high beams, allow for extra time to get to where you are going through out certain parts of the bay area. up just got off the phone with chp and there are no accidents
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in relation to the fog but that may change so take it easy on the roadways. i am brian flores, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> that is a big deal. is the fog a problem on 880? >> i think brian did a good job with that. he may become an honorary fog adviser. let's go ahead and put it up there. you can see when brian was driving around looking for fog, he didn't find any right away and that will be the problem for you. you will be driving around and all of a sudden there will be poor visibility. i want to give you some extra time to deal with that and during that time you can get yourself some extra coffee. we are all winners here. there are no problems on to the
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bridge itself and highway 101 is happening and 6:21 let's go to steve. >> yeah. >> what, what, what? >> yeah. >> and now some locations are clear t- visibility is awful, keep in mind, we will have this until tomorrow and yesterday was a little bit favored in the east bay and it will be all over the place but we have a good looking system end specially with what has been going on the livermore 81 and san jose 75 to 72.$♪ 40s and 50s and fog is trying to come
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back to san jose but not anymore. this looks really good when they wrap it up but the moisture has some energy and literally it is crawling along. it will be wednesday into thursday. today maybe some drizzles but it comes out on friday and back to friday sunny and warm. pam, dave? we have prices showing up 2% compared to august of 2011 and that report shows the largest with the 7th straight month of increases for home prices. it is not your typical lost and found prices. he found something on google
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that was very valuable. a big vote today could affect the city's homeless population.
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. today they are scheduled to vote on whether they can clean up the city's homeless camps. now city officials say there are dozens of homeless camp happens causing trash and safety concerns and others are saying homeless are not receiving enough help. they need up to $1 million to clean up through june. a san francisco bartender found a prototype of a new smart phone. he said a google employee left the phone at a 500 club but when he sent a security officer to pick it up, he was threatened with arrest. google offered him a free phone if he promised not to tell the media about it. he sold photos of it instead.
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>> i just want to show our sunole grade camera is fogged in. we just looked at it on the monitor and let's go show we can put up a matt. southbound 101 and yes the fog will be an issue coming up in just a few minutes we will have a complete traffic weather update. steve? we have until 9:00 and some of the visibility is just awful. it is not as warm as yesterday, is it going to be bringing us rain? yes but i will explain in about 8 minutes. and for the giants victory parade, it is the information you need now to plan ahead. travelers at fso, it is another day of rerouted flights but we will tell you why the
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airport spokesperson said the situation was better today than it was yesterday.
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this is hayden. that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us.
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vote yes on thirty-eight. . time now 6:30 normally we have the opening bell, once again because of sandy, they are expected to reopen because of electronic trading tomorrow. first, we have breaking news here at home a house fire in san jose. earlier reports say there was an explosion on flora street right off jones avenue. they see smoke coming from a part of the house. we will get you the latest
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information as soon as it comes in. millions of gallons of raw sewerage is flowing into a community in maryland. they say it is due to a power outage and $2 million of raw sewerage is leaking every hour certainly dangerous situation there. it is expected to move across pennsylvania today before taking a sharp turn into western new york and that means at least two more days of heavy rain and we'll see hurricane katrina forced winds throughout the day. we knew it would make a dangerous storm and it has knocked out power to us. >> new york city subway system
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rivered extensive damage and it is still unclear when they will be able to open. they have destroyed a raging fire in queens new york. it's still burning in breezy point and this is on the rockaway peninsular. flooding from super storm sandy slowed down the firefighters and also they had a problem with water pressure to put the fire out. 200 firefighters still have to check if anybody has been killed or trapped. it will take awhile to get the power back on to millions who have lost power. they are helping now to get the lights back on. the huge storm is affecting people here, hundreds of flights out of the bay area has been there and we will tell you
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what you need to know if you plan to catch a plain this morning, allie? >> reporter: he said the situation at the airport is a little better than it was yesterday. they had 150 major flights canceled and if you take a look at the board there are still some canceled flights but the total is 115 canceled flights in and out of fso so that is a slight improvement. we found many people were forced to spend the night because of the impact. many had lay officers and did not remember about their flights being canceled until they arrived at fso. >> it is not easy, yesterday morning i flew in from china to
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find out my flight to washington was canceled, so i stayed overnight? a marriott yesterday and came in this morning. >> very tentative and airlines are beginning to resume normal flying but they are not going to want to do that until they are confident that the weather conditions and facility conditions at these airports are conducive to doing that. >> now later on, we could see more east coast flights resuming. later on tonight it is a very tentative situation. allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> and they have blown it off track just one week before election day. president barack obama has
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canceled all campaign dates. mitt romney has also reworked his campaign schedule and mitt romney has changed an appearance in ohio this morning from a campaign rally to a storm relief event. time now san francisco police he investigating a homicide in the mission district. police say a young man was shot and died an hour later. it is still not clear what led up to that deadly gunfire. oakland police say a late night san dove ended immediately. they had a report of a man in cans street. no arrests have been made and police have not told us what prompted this accident. antolin garcia-torres was arrested in may in connection
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to sierra lemar's disappearance. volunteers continue to search for her and even though her body has not been found, antolin garcia-torres faces murder charges. it is the second world series parade for the giants tomorrow. now in 2010, a million people turned out and a lot of preparation may serve you a lot of headaches. you can help folks plan can't you terror. >> if you plan on that, have that clipper card because the lines are sure to be long. >> reporter: the last time we had a world series parade, half million boarded bart and that was the longest line on bart and bart will be running extra
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services so make sure you get a jump start so you don't miss out. an extra million fans are coming through and they are trying to be part of history once again. >> it is a memorable day. some that don't come every so often. >> i have a son and he is six and this is the one he wait for in his lifetime. float builders are having a giant move. more police will also be on duty and again bart and the ferry will offer extended service and muni will also offer shuttle buses for those
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crossing market street since it will be shut down starting at 9:30. the parade will run from the ferry building up market street turning on mcalester and moving to the roll left you may see a bunch kids in costumes and coming up later we will talk to some students and see how they plan to celebrate both events. live in san francisco, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> if you can't get there in person and you just don't want a big crowd, did go to that area 10:30 tomorrow morning. >> sal, you can help people get into the city. >> okay, let's make an appointment, 430 we go on the air. i had to laugh, i heard the street sweepers and it's a
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deadly sound for some of us san franciscans. not deadly, but, as you drive out to the mcarthur maze, in fact the fog is lifted earlier this morning and now it has been moving around and we can see all the way up the golden gate racetrack and steve was right to say let's not worry about it so much. the metering light is backed up for a 20 minutes delay but that's not unusual. as we push to the livermore valley, it gets better by the time you reach 680. let's go to steve. some areas have fog and some areas don't have any fog
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at all. it has prompted a dense fog advisory by the national weather service until 9:00 and most locations say fog. a couple say cloudy and most say fog but it is down on the deck. and here is a very good looking system out here. it is moving, has two speeds and it is slow in stops. i will show you in just a second. yesterday even a low livermore 81. 727 in santa rosa and -- 72 in santa rosa and 72 in san francisco. this system is still moving back towards the west and the great lakes and northeast and blizzard warnings are
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throughout west virginia. it has a lot of energy and it's going to be moving very slowly and our testimony is moving slowly as well. it is trying. 60s and 70s on the temperatures and it will be sunny after this fog burns off. it will be okay but there are some low clouds around. very similar to what we are seeing, that is offshore an extended has rain and here we go with your weekend already in view, hurricane sandy shows a look at some of the damage with significant flooding, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, well it's cold here in virginia beach and breezy as well and it is also calm and clear and that's a relief for folks in
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this region. they have got more than 9 inches of rain and the ground is waterlogged and there is flooding in low-lying areas and power outages is something they are dealing with all over this region. they have wide range conditions including flooding fires and snow. a record 13-foot storm surge has left much of the area flooded. utility crews were forced to shut off power and have left thousands in the dark. they also had to be evacuated after many of them failed. >> the storm created a mass section of the its famed boardwalk that was destroyed. and in parts of connecticut, the state's government is
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telling residents to seek hire ground after major flooding. >> reporter: this widespread super storm is urning its -- earning its title bring parts back to west virginia. >> the word has gotten out, you don't have to travel, take care of yourself, stay at home and make sure you are okay. >> the president was receiving updates throughout the night about the damage and he spoke with the governors of all the affected states and this morning he received another briefing on the east coast, i am jennifer davis, fox news, back to you. and a key ruling is coming today for the pipeline disaster and how this could them on the hook for bigger pay outs. there is a little bit of
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slowing and we will tell you more about the commute in the next report.
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. good morning, dense fog, in fact thick fog advisory takes us to 9:00 and it is still nice, 60s and 70s. here is a quick look at some of the top stories we are following, about a million
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giants fans are expected for the parade in san francisco which starts at 11:00 a.m. cal train, bart will run more, more often and they are setting records during the last victory parade in 2010. they rejected a plan to split the money between the 49ers and south bay schools. the agreement missed a cut off deadline to a sign that money. so next months' school said they will challenge that ruling. and super storm sandy is causing more cancellations and delays and several passengers spent the night and san francisco airport spent the night because of those canceled flights so check your status before you head out to the airport. and chris will be reporting
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on the millions who lost power. they are trying to get the lights back on including crews sent there from northern california. >> problems are complicating the effort to restore electricity and 1.5 million are without power in the united states. they are expected to make a final ruling on whether the pipeline explosion can seek punitive damages. the pipeline blast killed several people and destroyed 38 homes. more than 50 lawsuits have been filed against pg&e. they are attempting to settle the claims but they could decide on larger punitive damages if the cases go to trial. a strong earthquake hit the west coast which was an after shot on saturday.
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the 6.2 after shock followed the 7.7 quake and that one prompted a tsunami warning in southern california. both are located off the queen charlotte islands. there was 6.3 in that same general area on sunday. back here at home, all lanes in what -- sonoma are closed because of a deadly accident which happened before 9:00 in the sea ranch area. chp said a car went over the road and burst into flames. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene and nobody else was hurt. let's check in with sal for traffic, sal? pam and dave, we have had some fog moving around the area and some areas are foggy and it's changing out to the toll
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plaza, there is a backup which -- there is a backup which started early and you can see traffic is getting through at a normal clip. 880 looks pretty good as you drive passed the coliseum and traffic looks good if you are driving on the san mateo bridge and on the south bearings it looks good, pockets of traffic is moving into sunny veil. we have a dense fog advisory, some locations are clear, you can bear clay see across the street or even worse for some. visibility can be about zero but 9:30 it starts to lift and clear and cool it will be mostly sunny and a few may filter into the north bay with mostly 70s. we have a new impressive system
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and also this whopper of a system, look at the size and scope which is still moving from east to west our system has plenty here and thick fog, sunny and cooler, they have increasing clouds and we are okay for the giants' parade and rain will make it here, sunny and warmer by the weekend. >> remember when angel pagan stole second base? well he did something for everyone in america which you can get for free.
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and huricane sandy is keeping some facebook employees from cashing in, stay tuned. this is hayden. that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight.
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. time now 6:55 for the first time, bad weather has shut down u.s. stock markets two years in a row. after the initial storm front
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passed through, operators agreed stay open but they will stay open for tomorrow for electronic trading. workers are feeling the affects of the storm and for nearly six months they have watched the value of their stocks decline and u.s. markets are remaining closed so they will have to wait longer to sell. a woman from san leandro was arrested in connection with a shooting that critically injured a man. he shot a man early sunday morning outside of a halloween party. the 21-year-old shooting victim was defending his girlfriend who was touched inappropriately by the suspect. later on sunday, they arrested the suspect and a woman in san leandro. you know it was a big hit on social media and local
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television but not so much nationwide. the research department says almost 2 million people in game 4 of the series. but they averaged only 12.7 million viewers a record low for the world series. there were record comments for social media and that's a new world series record. taco bell restaurants are offering everybody in america a free taco because of that. giants' outfield der angel pagan between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m., you can get one free loco taco from taco bell. would you believe angel pagan may actually serve you your
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taco himself. we have video from yesterday's homecoming of the team as well as all the information from the big victory parade. just go to our website www.ktvu.com. coming up on mornings on 2 we will continue to show you the toll plaza because it continues to get busier and also in san jose we have slow traffic building as it approaches sunny veil, let's go to steve. visibility is really bad in spots, once fog burns off, 60s and 70s, possible rain coming in on thursday, we will talk about that on mornings on 2. a house on fire in san jose, a crew just arrived where there has been a fire and an explosion. huricane sandy is causing death and destruction, where
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this historic san is headed next, we will have more, stay with us.